Everything we do at Haith's, we aim to make a positive difference. We make handcrafted bird food daily on-site that is healthy, natural and fresh - it's been Haith's way since 1937. Our bird diets are blended on the premises by bird seed specialists. Each specialist has years of birdseed expertise.
Our bird feeders come in all shapes and sizes including squirrel proof to stop grey squirrels raiding bird food. We stock peanut feeders, birdseed feeders, niger seed feeders, and squirrel proof feeders for bird feeding. Many of our bird feeders can be adapted with accessories to improve feeding results and save bird seed from getting wet, for example. If you have squirrels in your garden, consider a squirrel proof feeder as you’ll save money in the long run.
Bird feeding is one of the simplest ways to open your garden to wildlife and if you're just starting out, rest assured your garden will probably be full of birds in no time. Every garden bird enthusiast eventually turns their attention to nest boxes, birdbaths and bird health in general - often asking how to clean bird feeders and feeding stations.
Are all fat balls and suet products on the market created equal? Certainly not! However, our suet for birds contains high-quality fat and are made with wholesome ingredients. Tits are especially attracted to fat balls, which provide an important source of nutritious food throughout the year; however, our suet is available in lots of different and exciting feeding formats, made to appeal to the widest possible variety of birds and adapt to the way you want to feed them in your garden.
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Fat balls and suet pellets can be placed inside a bespoke suet feeder, fed from a bird table, chopped up and fed from the ground or squeezed into the bark of a tree to promote natural enrichment. Get creative, and you’ll find lots of other ways to feed fat balls and suet pellets, too. Suet’s worshipped by Long-tailed tits, Robins, Great Tits, Blue Tits, Coal Tits, Starlings and - of course - Great Spotted Woodpeckers.